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Australia VS Netherlands, Match 24 Highlights, CWC2023

October 25, Match 24, Australia VS Netherlands, ICC CWC2023

The Match No. 24 of ICC Men’s ODI CWC2023 was held at Arun Jaitley Cricket Stadium, Delhi. Moreover, the match was between Australia and the Netherlands. In addition, the Australian team decided to bat first after winning the toss.

Later, a flabbergasted show of Batting was seen by the audience as the Aussie batsmen performed wonderfully and Australia won this Match with a huge 309 runs. In comparison, Netherland’s team was all out in 21 overs and on just 90 runs David Warner and Glenn Maxwell both scored Centuries. However, Glenn Maxwell becomes the Man of the Match for his score of 106 runs on 44 balls. Furthermore, he also made a new World Cup Record of fastest ODI Century.

Australia VS Netherlands
Australia VS Netherlands

Match Brief of Australia VS Netherlands

SeriesICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup
Season2023-24
Match DateOctober, 25, 2023
Match No.24
ODI No.4681
VenueArun Jaitley Cricket Stadium, Delhi
TeamsAustralia VS Netherlands
TossAustralia decided to do bat first after winning the toss
Match ResultAustralia won this Match with huge 309 runs
Man of the MatchGlenn Maxwell, 106/44
UmpiresMichael Gough, Sharfuddoula
Reserve UmpireNitin Menon
TV UmpireMarais Erasmus
Match RefereeAndy Pycroft
Match Details

First Innings, Australia VS Netherlands

Australia on 399 runs on the loss of 8 Wickets in 50 overs in Australia VS Netherlands Match

Mitchell Marsh and David Warner

Firstly, Mitchell Marsh and David Warner were the opening top order batsmen from Team Australia. Whereas Aryan Dutt was the bowler of the Netherland team. Without making any runs on the 1st ball, Marsh threw a beautiful 4 on the 2nd ball he got from Dutt. In addition, he hitted a 4 again on the 5th ball too.

Whereas Warner caused an uproar among the spectators by hitting back-to-back four 4s during the 2nd over to Dutt. However, soon Marsh’s wicket was dismissed by the strike of van Beek at the 5th ball of the 3rd over at his 9/15 runs.

Australia VS Netherlands
Australia VS Netherlands

David Warner and Steven Smith

Steven Smith replaced Mitchell Marsh and joined Warner on the crease. At 5 overs, the score of Australia was 30/1. Moreover, Smith hit his 1st 4 on the last ball of the 5th over. As both the players proceeded the match, Smith again hit two glorious 4s with the difference of 1 ball at the 6th over. Smith caused a sensation in the stadium by his wonderful playing. In addition, he also hit 3 back-to-back 4s on the balls by van Beek during the 9th over.

 So, at 10 overs the score for team Australia was 66/1. The first inning then went very smoothly with steady runs for the Australian team. At 15 overs, the total score was 88/1 for Australia.

Later, at the 4th ball of the 16th over, Warner hitted the first 6 of the innings on Ackermann’s ball. In addition, he threw one more 6 at the 1st ball and 2 wild 4s too during the 17th over to Vikramjit Singh and completed his half Century. Moreover, during the 19th over, Smith completed his half century.

 Atlast 20 overs were completed for Australia with 124/1 runs. Warner was on fire as he hit one more 6 on the first ball of the 21st over. Following Warner, Smith also threw a 6 and a 4 during 22nd over, with two additional 4s from Warner too. Unfortunately, Smith’s wicket was lost during the 23rd over by the ball of Dutt with his 71/68 runs.

David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne

After the loss of 2 wickets, the match started again with Marnus Labuschagne as the next Batsman. In addition, Labuschagne hitted his first 4 of the innings at the 3rd ball of the 25th over. Later the match slowly went towards the end of 30 overs very steadily with only 1 more 4 from Labuschagne. At 30 overs, the score was 192/2 for Australia.

After the 30 overs, the match once again sped up by the addition of runs in Australia’s score board. During the 34th over, Labuschagne completed his 50 runs. Furthermore, many 4s and Two 6s were hitted by Labuschagne and a 4 thrown by Warner too until the 36th over. At the first ball of the 36th over, Labuschagne’s wicket was dropped by the ball of de Leede at his 62/47 runs.

David Warner and Josh Inglis

Josh Inglis was the next batsman from the Australian team. In addition, he hit his first 4 at the 3rd ball he got from de Leede. After that Josh also threw a 6 during the 37th over, and Warner hitted a 4 during the 38th over while also completing his 22nd ODI century. At the last ball of the 38th over, de Leede dismissed the Wicket of Josh Inglis at his 14/12 runs.

David Warner and Glenn Maxwell

At the arrival of Glenn Maxwell, the wicket of Warner was dropped by the ball of van Beek. At this stage, his score was 104/93 runs.

Glenn Maxwell and Cameron Green

Cameron Green was the next player and at this stage 40 overs were completed with total 268/5 score for Australia. Starting with a 4 from Green, Maxwell also hit two classical 4s during the 40th over. After one more 4 of Maxwell during the 41st over, Cameron Green lost his wicket by van der Merwe at the 42nd over on 8/11 runs.

Glenn Maxwell and Pat Cummins (C)

As the match was started again by the arrival of Pat Cummins on the crease, Maxwell brought fire and uproar among the audience with his phenomenal performance. Starting with a 4 during the 42nd over, Maxwell played a total of eight 6s and nine 4s one after another making himself invincible. Everyone was stunned with his performance. 

Glenn Maxwell, Man of the Match
Glenn Maxwell, Man of the Match, Australia VS Netherlands

At the 5th ball of the 48th over, Maxwell completed his Century with 40 balls and made a Record for World Cup for the fastest ODI Century. However, his wicket was lost by the ball of van Beek with his 106/44 runs at the 3rd ball of the 49th over.

Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc

Mitchell Starc came and went back on the first ball he got by van Beek. As his wicket was dismissed at his 0 score on the 4th ball of the 49th over.

Pat Cummins and Adam Zampa

Adam Zampa was the next batsman on the crease. However, he was only able to make 1 run and remained not out as the 50 overs were completed for Australia. Moreover, Cummins also remained not out, and he also finished the innings with a full swing beautiful 4 and making his total 12/9 score.

Batting brief of team Australia

BatsmanRuns/Balls4s/6sSR
Mitchell Marsh9/15 (b/van Beek, c/Ackermann)2/060.00
David Warner104/93 (b/van Beek, c/Dutt)11/3111.82
Steven Smith71/68 (b/Dutt, c/van der Merwe)9/1104.41
Marnus Labuschagne62/47 (b/de Leede, c/Dutt)7/2131.91
Josh Inglis14/12 (b/de Leede, c/Engelbrecht)1/1116.66
Glenn Maxwell106/44 (b/van Beek, c/Engelbrecht)9/8240.90
Cameron Green8/11 (run out by Engelbrecht)1/072.72
Pat Cummins (C)12/9 not out2/0133.33
Mitchell Starc0/1 (b/van Beek, c/Ackermann)0/00.00
Adam Zampa1/1 not out0/0100.00
Australia team batting Summary

Bowling brief of team Netherlands

BowlerOversMaiden OverRunsWickets
Aryan Dutt70591
Colin Ackermann40190
Logan van Beek100744
Paul van Meekeren100640
Vikramjit Singh40270
Roelof van der Merwe50410
Bas de Leede1001152
Netherlands team bowling Summary

2nd Innings, Australia VS Netherlands

Netherlands all out on 90 runs in 21 overs in Australia VS Netherlands Match

Vikramjit Singh and Max O’Dowd

At the start of the 2nd innings, Vikramjit and Max O’Dowd were the opening batsmen from the Netherlands team. Whereas Starc was the bowler from the Australian team. On the first 5 balls no run was made however on the 6th ball Vikramjit threw a classic 4. Further during the 1st over Max also hit a 4 along with the two more 4s from Vikramjit.

 The game sped up after the back-to-back 2 more excellent 4s from Vikramjit during the 2nd over. However, it halted again at the 5th ball of the 4th over by the wicket loss of Max O’Dowd. The total score of Max was 6/9 at this stage.

Vikramjit Singh and Colin Ackermann

Colin Ackermann came as the next top order batsman. In addition, he threw a beautiful 4 on the 2nd ball he got and the total score for team Netherlands was 33/1 in 5 overs. Vikramjit also hit a 4 again on the 4th ball of the 5th over. Whereas, on the next ball he lost his wicket on the ball of Hazlewood at his 25/25 runs.

Colin Ackermann and Sybrand Engelbrecht

Vikramjit went and Sybrand came next. Further, he shot a 4 on the 2nd ball of the 6th over. From here the game became slow and steady with some slow scores for Netherlands until the end of the 8th over. At the 8.4 over, Ackermann threw a 4 later his wicket got dismissed by Hazlewood with his 10/11 runs at the 2nd ball of the 9th over.

Sybrand Engelbrecht and Bas de Leede

Bas de Leede was the next batsman after the 3rd wicket loss. After an over, 10 overs were completed with the score of 48/3 for the Netherlands team. Later during the 10th over, de Leede’s wicket was dropped after a 4 from him with 4/7.

Sybrand Engelbrecht and Scott Edwards

The match started again after the arrival of Scott Edwards on the crease and continued with slow runs until the 13th over. At 13.2 overs, Sybrand lost his wicket on the ball of Marsh with his 11/21 runs.

Scott Edwards and Teja Nidamanuru

At this stage 5 wicket were already down for the Netherlands team. Nidamanuru was the next player who also hit a 4 on the last ball of the 13th over. After that the match once again flowed steadily till the 17th over. At 17.1 over, Nidamanuru shot a 4 and at the 5th ball of the same over his wicket was dismissed by Marsh with his 14/18 runs.

Scott Edwards and Logan van Beek

Logan van Beek played only 3 balls and was out on the 5th ball by Zampa with 0/3.

Scott Edwards and Roelof van der Merwe

Merwe came and went in the blink of an eye as he was out on the Lbw ball by Zampa on the first ball he got.

Scott Edwards and Aryan Dutt

Aryan Dutt made 1 run on the 8 balls he received and lost his wicket by Lbw b of Zampa at the 5th ball of the 20th over.

Scott Edwards and Paul van Meekeren

Paul van Meekeren was the last player of team Netherlands who also got out on the 1st ball he got by Zampa. Whereas Scott Edwrads was the only player who remained not out with 12/22 runs.

Australia VS Netherlands
Australia VS Netherlands

So, at the end the team Netherlands were all out on just 90 runs in 21 overs. Whereas Australia succeeded in this match with a huge margin of 309 runs.

Batting brief of team Netherlands

BatsmanRuns/Balls4s/6sSR
Vikramjit Singh25/25 (run out by Maxwell)6/0100.00
Max O’Dowd6/9 (b/Starc)1/066.66
Colin Ackermann10/11 (Lbw b Hazlewood)2/090.90
Sybrand Engelbrecht11/21 (b/Marsh, c/Warner)1/052.38
Bas de Leede4/7 (Lbw b Cummins)1/057.14
Scott Edwards12/22 not out0/054.54
Teja Nidamanuru14/18 (b/Marsh, c/Inglis)2/077.77
Logan van Beek0/3 (b/Zampa, c/Inglis)0/00.00
Roelof van der Merwe0/1 (Lbw b Zampa)0/00.00
Aryan Dutt1/8 (Lbw b Zampa)0/012.50
Paul van Meekeren0/1 (b/Zampa, c/Inglis)0/00.00
Netherlands team Batting Summary

Bowling brief of team Australia

BowlerOversMaiden OverRunsWickets
Mitchell Starc40221
Josh Hazlewood60271
Pat Cummins40141
Mitchell Marsh40192
Adam Zampa3084
Australia team bowling Summary

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